With the development of living condition, people pay more attention to daily care because they hope to live a healthy life. As the traditional pulse oximeter, sphygmomanometer, and ECG monitor have very limited function in health care, people ask for higher-quality, multifunctional monitors. Meanwhile, it is pretty essential to hold a monitor which can monitor vital signs such as blood pressure, ECG, SpO2, pulse rate, respiratory rate and temperature for people with chronic disease or ill in bed in order to help them keep healthy and reduce the physiological degradation caused by diseases. Vital signs are backbone of maintaining normal activity. Temperature recording gives an indication of core body temperature which is normally tightly controlled (thermoregulation) as it affects the rate of chemical reactions. The pulse or heart rate is the rate at which the heart beats while pumping blood through the arteries. The electrocardiogram (ECG) is a diagnostic tool that is routinely used to assess the electrical and muscular functions of the heart. Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps out blood. SpO2 is an estimate of arterial oxygen saturation, or SaO2, which refers to the amount of oxygenated haemoglobin in the blood. Any of these vital signs being abnormal will cause severe or even life-threatening diseases. So the condition of vital signs have become an important basis to assess whether you are healthy. Holding a domestic monitor which can test all these vital signs is necessary. And checkme, a new domestic medical device equipped with cutting-edge technique can perfectly meet your requirement. The Checkme Monitor can track:
Heart Rate- by placing your hands on three of the sensors you get a near complete ECG reading in about 20s.
Temperature- Place a sensor on your temple and have a reading in 3 seconds which is much faster than standard devices.
Oxygen Saturation- Put one finger into the top sensor and see how much oxygen your blood is circulating. •Heart Rate Variability and Relaxation Score- Follow a given breathing pattern to see how relaxed you are and how your heart is responding to that.
Blood Pressure- When you run the “Body Check” it gauges systolic blood pressure at the same time.
Reminder- Remind you to take medication or do a relaxation check-always good to do especially in a busy lifestyle.
Steps- just like on a vivofit but since it is in your pocket, it gives a more accurate reading. •Rate Pressure Product-(RPP).
It can then push all this data to your smart phone app so that you (or trusted advisors, coaches, or significant others) can look for trends.